Please contact the library for login or technology assistance:
Para ayuda con su clase virtual, contact Sra Ulloa:
>Mrs. Ulloa (405) 587-6390 (espanol)
>Mr. Potter (405) 587-6457 (English)
Shawna Hollopeter (A-L) email@example.com (405) 587-6346
Bianca Ponce De Leon (M-Z) firstname.lastname@example.org (405) 587-6370
Jesica Lewis email@example.com (405) 587-6309
Kimbralin Walker firstname.lastname@example.org (405)587-6404
Melaney Harrison- 9th grade email@example.com (405) 587-6325
Lily Ordaz- 10th-12th, Alpha A-L firstname.lastname@example.org (405)587-6301
Kathi Knott- 10th-12th, Alpha M-Z email@example.com (405) 587-6313
NWC Informational Video (click here)
How to log in to your virtual classroom
Principal: Jahree Herzer
Asst. Principal (9th, A-L): Gina Villalva
Asst. Principal (9th, M-Z): Cassandra Clark
Asst. Principal (10th grade): Kristen Richardson
Asst. Principal (11th grade): Keith Ooten
Asst. Principal (12th grade): Sunie Killam
7:35 a.m. - 2:25 p.m.
Ready to Learn
Part of being a wise knight is arriving on time. Being punctual is an important life skill that helps you succeed in school and at your current or future job! Please make sure you are forming good habits while in high school that will stay with you through adulthood. Remember to get to school before 7:20 am to make it through scanning, get breakfast, and be on time to class!
2801 NW 27, Oklahoma City, 73107
Office: (405) 587-6300
Fax: (405) 587-6415
By providing equitable access to a world-class education, every Northwest Classen High School student will graduate ready to fulfill their unique purpose in a healthy, vibrant community.
Every day, Northwest Classen High School will ignite a passion for learning in every child, invite families to engage, and inspire respectful and trusting relationships with our diverse community.
With the support and partnership of our community and parents, the collective and cherished aspiration of the NWC Team is to seize the fleeting opportunity before us to ignite a passion for learning among our students. By creating a culture of high expectations for student learning through standards-based instruction, we want to empower students to become exceptional members of society with the ability to achieve their goals in any future path they may choose.